THE annual exhibition of the Royal Photographic Society was opened at 35 Russell Square, London, W.C.l, on Saturday, Sept. 13, and will remain open until Saturday, Oct. 11, from 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. each weekday except Tuesdays and Fridays, when it will be closed at 6 P.M. The following lectures are being delivered during the exhibition, at 7 P.M. on the evenings stated: Tuesday, Sept. 16—“The Mystery Bird of Britain and other Stories from Birdland”, by I Oliver G. Pike; Tuesday, Sept. 23, “From Alp to I Apennino”, by 1. Dudley Johnstone, president of the J. Royal Photographic Society; Friday, Sept. 26, the lantern slides selected for the exhibition will be projected on the screen; Tuesday, Sept. 30, a popular lecture on astronomical photography, by F. J. Sellers; Friday, Oct. 3, “Kew Gardens—Some of its Beauties in Colour”, by F. R. Nowens; Tuesday, Oct. 7, “Tunis to Algiers”, by the Rev. H. O. Fenton; Friday, Oct. 10, the amateur cinematograph films on 16 mm. (sub-standard) film which have been selected for the exhibition will be projected on the screen.
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R., S. Seventy-fifth Annual Exhibition of the Royal Photographic Society. Nature 126, 453–454 (1930). https://doi.org/10.1038/126453b0